Lincoln Museum Open President’s Day

By Zac Coffman on February 19 at 12:01am

Many offices and government buildings will be closed on Monday in observance of President’s Day. One place that will not be closing is the Abraham Lincoln Museum in Springfield. Lincoln Read More

Jacksonville House Fire Causes Structural Damage, No Injuries

By Blake Schnitker on February 18 at 8:32am

No one is hurt following a residential fire in the 1,000 block of Mathers yesterday evening. According to the Jacksonville Fire Department, crews responded to a report of a residential Read More

One Dead Following Accident on Arenzville Road Yesterday Morning

By Blake Schnitker on February 18 at 5:40am

The Illinois State Police are reporting a fatal accident that happened yesterday morning at around 11:30 a.m. on Arenzville Road approximately half a mile south of IL Rt. 125. According Read More

LaHood, others remember life of former US House Minority Leader Bob Michel

By Blake Schnitker on February 17 at 12:24pm

Several state politicians are saddened by the passing of former U.S. House Minority Leader and Illinois-native Bob Michel. WLDS-WEAI News spoke with Illinois’ 18th District Congressman Darin LaHood, whose father Read More

Fire Safety Tips for The Warm Weekend

By Zac Coffman on February 17 at 12:23pm

Temperatures in West Central Illinois this weekend feel more like late spring than the middle of February. We could see high’s in the 70’s and with the warm weather you Read More